Beware of N. Brown St. and W. Michigan Ave., with 31 car crashes in 2013!
Today we’re talking about the worst intersections in Jackson, Michigan based upon the numbers of car accidents that have occurred at these hot spots in 2013.
The information comes from the Michigan State Police Traffic Crash Reporting System, and is based upon the most recent car crash statistics for 2013.
Avoid the following intersections if possible:
- North Brown Street and West Michigan Avenue, 31 car accidents
- North West Avenue and West North Street, 27 car accidents
- South Jackson Street and West Washington Avenue, 19 car accidents
- North West Avenue and South West Avenue, 17 car accidents
- East Washington Avenue and Francis Street, 16 car accidents
- North West Avenue and West Ganson Street, 15 car accidents
- North West Avenue and Commonwealth Avenue, 14 car accidents
- Cooper Street and East Michigan Avenue, 13 car accidents
- North Wisner Street and West Argyle Street, 13 car accidents
- East Michigan Avenue and South Elm Avenue, 12 car accidents
For those of you unfamiliar with Jackson City, it’s located along Interstate 94 in the south central area of the state, about 40 miles west of Ann Arbor and 35 miles south of Lansing.
For our Jackson readers, is there a terrible intersection you would like to see on the list? Join the conversation by making a comment below or on our Michigan Auto Law Facebook page.
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“Steve Gursten and Tom James are the best of the best truck accident lawyers. Nobody has more passion and knowledge about Michigan auto laws, and this is exactly what I needed after I was injured in a truck accident. Combine that with compassion for their clients and ability in the courtroom, and they are unbeatable. Steve and Tom make you feel like a member of their families, which you are during a trial. As far as I’m concerned, they did what my wife and I thought was impossible. They found and won a record judgment in a county not known for large judgments – Jackson County. Thanks again to Steve Gursten, Tom, Larry, Elize, Laurie and all the rest of the staff of Michigan Auto Law, who had a part in this great victory.”
(Note: these numbers for 2013 may not yet include all data from all townships and all policing agencies as of publication.)